crisply


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crisp

 (krĭsp)
adj. crisp·er, crisp·est
1. Firm but easily broken or crumbled; brittle: crisp potato chips.
2. Pleasingly firm and fresh: crisp carrot and celery sticks.
3.
a. Bracing; invigorating: crisp mountain air.
b. Lively; sprightly: music with a crisp rhythm.
4. Conspicuously clean or new: a crisp dollar bill.
5. Marked by clarity, conciseness, and briskness: a crisp reply.
6. Having small curls, waves, or ripples. Used of hair.
v. crisped, crisp·ing, crisps
v.tr.
To make or keep crisp.
v.intr.
To become or remain crisp.
n.
1. Something crisp or easily crumbled: The roast was burned to a crisp.
2. A dessert of fruit baked with a sweet crumbly topping: apple crisp.
3. Chiefly British A potato chip.

[Middle English, curly, from Old English, from Latin crispus; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]

crisp′ly adv.
crisp′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.crisply - in a well delineated manner; "the new style of Minoan pottery was sharply defined"
Translations
جَعْد، مُتَمَوِّج
jasněrázně
friskt
líflega

crisply

[ˈkrɪsplɪ] ADV [pressed, ironed] → cuidadosamente; [say, reply] → secamente; [speak, write] → de manera concisa, de manera sucinta
crisply fried onion ringscrujientes aros de cebolla fritos

crisply

[ˈkrɪspli] adv
crisply fried bacon → du bacon croustillant
crisply ironed → parfaitement repassé(e)
[say, reply] → d'un ton vif

crisply

advknackig; baked, friedknusprig; starchedsteif; dressedadrett, frisch; write, speakknapp; the snow crunched crisply under his feetder Schnee knirschte unter seinen Füßen; the notes rang out crisplydie Töne kamen klar

crisply

[ˈkrɪsplɪ] adv (speak) → con tono secco; (write) → in modo vivace

crisp

(krisp) adjective
1. stiff and dry enough to break easily. crisp biscuits.
2. (of vegetables etc) firm and fresh. a crisp lettuce.
3. (of manner, speech etc) firm and clear.
noun
short for potato crisp.
ˈcrisply adverb
ˈcrispness noun
ˈcrispy adjective
References in classic literature ?
The dews were so heavy that the fields glistened like cloth of silver and there were such heaps of rustling leaves in the hollows of many-stemmed woods to run crisply through.
"Well, that's just what Leslie is doing," said Anne crisply. "And it isn't altogether pleasant for her, either.
"That was nearly thirty years ago," commented his wife crisply, "and Rose's got so used to being bossed around by Martin that she'll find it ain't so easy to go ahead on her own."
Miss Polly evidently read the pause aright, for she frowned and said crisply:
She brought with her into the room several large sheets of tissue-paper, cut crisply into mysterious and many-varying forms, which immediately provoked from her husband the short and sharp question, "What have you got there?"
Whilst the craft was running by its own velocity, the liquid drops struck the dark depths of the waves crisply like spats of melted lead.
"The wallet is gone," he explained, crisply, "and I dare not delay longer in search of it.
The fog was gone, and in its place the sun sparkled crisply on the surface of the water, I turned to the east, where I knew California must lie, but could see nothing save low-lying fog-banks--the same fog, doubtless, that had brought about the disaster to the Martinez and placed me in my present situation.
The full moon was shining brightly, and the air was crisply cold.
'Thy cousin's younger brother owes my father's cousin something yet on his daughter's marriage-feast,' said the woman crisply. 'Let him put their food to that account.
Born cautious," explained Dona Rita crisply with the slightest possible quiver of her lips.
A scarf of the same material sits crisply and closely round her shoulders, and a little straw hat of the natural colour, plainly and sparingly trimmed with ribbon to match the gown, covers her head, and throws its soft pearly shadow over the upper part of her face.